Gambia Leader's Hold on Power Ends With Surprising Speed
Gambia's President Yahya Jammeh became notorious for erratic behavior and his apparent determination to stay in power indefinitely, but a population fed up with oppression and economic stagnation brought his reign to a surprisingly swift end
In Besieged Syria, Mothers Carry an Added Burden
Every morning, Fatima Mustafa boils rice for her 1-year-old daughter to eat for breakfast. Once in a while, she’ll have a little bread that she’ll give her as well, along with a cup of tea. “I don’t want her to be hungry,” Mustafa, a mother of two, told ABC News. She breastfeeds her youngest
2 Curable, Preventable Illnesses Kill 1.4 Million Children a Year, UNICEF Report Says
Pneumonia and diarrhea -- two largely preventable and curable illnesses -- kill more children globally than all other childhood diseases combined, according to a new report released today by the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF). The report adds that pneumonia in
Part 1: The 'Miracle Cure' That Experts Say Is Dangerous Sham
What church calls a cure for cancer and autism, feds say is nothing more than industrial bleach.
Undercover Investigation: Inside the 'Church' Promising a Miracle Cure for Cancer, Autism
Federal officials say "cure" is nothing more than industrial bleach, could be harmful.
Husband Says Fringe Church's 'Miracle Cure' Killed His Wife
Doug Nash held his wife Sylvia as her eyes rolled back and she slumped in his arms. Just hours before she had been healthy and happy, he said, but he knew then that his partner of five years was dead. "In my arms. That'll haunt me for the rest of my life," he told ABC News in an interview to be
Brian Ross Interviews 'Archbishop' of Fringe Church Pushing 'Miracle Cure'
"Archbishop" Mark Grenon stands by claims of "miracle cure," calls ABC News Chief Investigative Correspondent Brian Ross "an actor."
Images of Starving People in Yemen Help to Show the Horrors of War
The emaciated frame of 18-year-old Saida Ahmad Baghili lies on a hospital bed in the red sea port city of Hodaida, her suffering stark evidence of the malnutrition spread by Yemen's 19-month civil war. Baghili arrived at the al-Thawra hospital on Saturday. She is bed-ridden and unable to eat,
Wacky Church Under Fire Over 'Miracle Cure' for Autism
A supposed “miracle cure” for autism is really a kind of industrial bleach, federal prosecutors say, but that hasn’t stopped people claiming to be archbishops of a church from urging desperate parents to use it on their autistic children. “This is a poison. This is a high-strength industrial